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Kratos subsidiary wins $29.6M drone agreement

Micro Systems, a subsidiary of Kratos Defense & Security Solutions’ Advanced Drone and Targets Systems Division, has won a $29.6 million basic ordering agreement to provide the Navy with unmanned aerial drone command and control systems and services.

Under the agreement, Micro Systems will provide engineering support and develop upgrades to unmanned aerial drone command and control electronics and related ground control stations over the next four years, the company said in a release.

Kratos’ Advanced Drone and Targets Systems Division specializes in high-performance unmanned drone aircraft and related avionics, electronics, command and control systems, solutions, services and logistics, Kratos said.

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